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Data Storage Encryption IT

Despite Project's Demise, Amazon Web Services Continues To Use TrueCrypt 75

Posted by timothy
from the turning-a-ship-takes-a-while dept.
An anonymous reader writes with an article at InfoWorld that points out that TrueCrypt may have melted down as a project, but hasn't disappeared altogether: Importing and exporting data from Amazon Simple Storage Service still requires TrueCrypt, two weeks after the encryption software was discontinued ... Amazon.com did not immediately respond to an inquiry seeking information on whether it plans to support other data encryption technologies for the AWS import/export feature aside from TrueCrypt in the future. Infrastructure can be complex to upgrade; how long is reasonable?
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Despite Project's Demise, Amazon Web Services Continues To Use TrueCrypt

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